RASS COVID – 19 Phased plans (Phase 3)
Returning to Safe Operation
Implemented on Thursday, June 25th 2020 - present
- Ensure and enable that individuals (including staff and non-staff members) who have the symptoms of a cold, flu, or Covid-19 including any coughing or sneezing should not come into the workplace.
- Staff are expected to continue to follow physical distancing measures after work, in order to limit new transmissions.
In Office Guide:
- Cough/sneeze etiquette signage will be posted in the waiting area.
- Staff must continue to practice good hand hygiene/sneeze etiquette and are required to wipe down common area spaces before and after use (i.e., wipe down bathroom and kitchen surfaces and door knobs).
Visitors (In Office):
- Ring doorbell to be admitted into RASS.
- Booked appointments only please – NO DROP IN at this time.
- In office sessions, staff and visitors will be required wear PPE (i.e., mask).
- Staff will be responsible to ensure visitors are symptom free prior to attending in-office appointment. Should a visitor present symptoms (i.e., sneezing, coughing, fever), their appointment will be cancelled and re-scheduled.
- RASS will not be actively offering PPE to visitors. In the event that a visitor requests a mask, one will be provided.
- Only one non-staff member will be allowed in the building at a time.
- The group room will serve as the meeting room; sessions must be booked at least 30 minutes apart, allowing staff to clean up after session(s).
- Staff is responsible to maintain physical distancing with visitor during their session; both staff and visitor are required to sanitize/wash their hands before and after an encounter.
- Outreach kits, composed of a mask and gloves are available to staff; staff will be responsible for proper protection.
- Each staff will be provided with, or are responsible for, carrying a hand sanitizer during all outreach visits. Wash or sanitize your hands before and after every person
- When in personal contact, staff will be required to wear proper PPE (i.e., mask).
Service starts with an initial phone call to 604-270-9220. Our staff will gather information to determine which of our services are appropriate.
Richmond Addiction Services has been a proud supporter of the Richmond community since 1975 and we intend to continue to provide support, education and services for the years to come. However, it is apparent that in today’s economic reality, we need to look to the community and its businesses to support us. We are proud to list our donors on our website to acknowledge our collaborative and close relationship to these individuals and organizations. If for any reason you do not wish to have your organization recognized on our website please don’t hesitate to call the Executive Director